the museum mountain-green (also admits under collection mountain-green) in Berlin is considered as one of the collections of the art of the classical modern trend most meaning world-wide. Above all works by Pablo Picasso, Paul Cézanne, Georges Braque, Paul Klee and Henri Matisse are here united under a roof.
The collection came 1996 to Berlin, first as loan of the art collecting tank Heinz mountain-green, which had developed it in over 30 years. It went in December 2000 for onesymbolic price to the donation Prussian culture possession over and today under the title collection is issued mountain-green - Picasso and its time as part of the national gallery in the western Stülerbau opposite the Charlottenburger lock.
In the center of the collection projects also100 exhibits the work Picassos as well as over 60 pictures of Paul Klee. Also over 20 works Henri Matisse is represented, among them more than a half dozen of the famous shears cuts. Plastic ensembles of Alberto Giacometti as well as examples of African sculpture round thatCore of the collection off.
Since the opening of the house 1996 continuously further works were purchased, among them by the museum OF decaying kind in New York acquired important Picasso paintings of “houses on a hill (Horta de Ebro)” from the year 1909. Altogether165 work was conveyed in December 2000 by Heinz mountain-green to the donation Prussian culture possession.
In the November of 2005 climbing ores Heinz mountain-green around 13.7 million dollar with Sotheby's in New York Picassos “Nu Jaune” (1907). The Gouache is one firstStudies for “Les Demoiselles D' Avignon”, a milestone of the art of the twentieth century.
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